Sara went along to the independent travel agent in Edgeley for the Pure Workbreak.
Next Tuesday will be Bi Visibility Day, which aims to increase the profile of bisexual people.
Manchester’s community group BiPhoria will be discussing the history of bisexual equality on Sunday. And an information resource called Getting Bi is being launched on Tuesday.
The event’s organisers are also asking the public to take part online in a mass tweet.
Under the Rainbow has been speaking to Jen Yockney, who talked about importance of the day, and the discrimination that bisexual people face.
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Pete Liggins previews the visit of Boston United to Edgeley Park. He hears why footballers will be wearing rainbow laces this weekend and celebrates forty years of sporting service from a Stockport volunteer.
Plus Keith Coates reviews the highlights of the Stockport District Sunday Football League.
For fourteen years, the Lesbian and Gay Foundation have provided help and advice to homosexual and bisexual people.
However, there was a feeling that transgender people who identify as heterosexual were sometimes being overlooked.
So recently the Foundation announced they aim to be more inclusive of all transgender people in future.
Under the Rainbow spoke to Siân Payne, the Director of Organisational Development at the LGF.